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Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – New Series of Articles Kick Start

 

Friends,

Right now I am working on a new series of articles on Windows Phone 7. These articles are for the Novice to get exposed and be a Professional with Windows Phone 7 Development. The article covers in-depth and the step by step process on how to set the development environment and make use of the inbuilt controls available to develop the Windows Phone 7 Application. I am not going to limit these with the numbers provided below, but still as a start up I have targeted these 31 topics and to give my readers a fair idea on these topics.

I would like to get continued with the sort of feedback provided by my readers so that I will provide my best to the community. Below is the agenda for the list of topic that will be covered in this series on Windows Phone 7.

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Topics

Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 1 – Overview and Requirements of WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 2 – Creating a Hello World Silverlight Application in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 3 – Using Expression Blend to Design the WP7 Application
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 4 – Working with Application Bar in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 5 – Working with Alarms/Reminders in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 6 – Working with Contacts in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 7 – Working with Calendar in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 8 – Working with Camera in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 9 – Working with Panorama Control in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 10 – Working with Pivot Application Control in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 11 – Working with Media in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 12 – Working with Toast Notification in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 13 – Working with Tile Notification in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 14 – Working with Raw Notification in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 15 – Working with Tiles in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 16 – Working with Launchers in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 17 – Working with Choosers in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 18 – Working with Navigation in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 19 – Working with Web Browser Control in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 20 – Working with Screen Orientation in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 21 – Working with BING Map Control in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 22 – Working with Device Information in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 23 – Working with Themes in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 24 – Working with Isolated Storage’s in Wp7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 25 – Working with Files and Folders in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 26 – Working with Creating a Local Database in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 27 – Working with Consuming an ODATA Service in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 28 – Working with Consuming a WCF Service in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 29 – Working with Encrypting Data for Security in WP7
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 30 – Installing and using WP7 Tool kit for Silverlight
Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 31 Days – Day 31 – Deploying the application to the WP7 Market place

Watch out my blog on these tutorial series and hope it will be useful for my readers.

Happy Coding!!!

About Author: Karthikeyan Anbarasan, Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) in ASP.NET/IIS Architecture. He is the Founder and Chief Editor of the www.f5debug.net website and has authored books on Windows Phone and Business Intelligence(SSIS). He is also a Passionate Speaker and a Blogger on Microsoft Technologies.

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Comments (4) -

raditya gumay
raditya gumay
7/24/2012 12:53:28 AM #

thanks for information, very nice page!

Karthikeyan
Karthikeyan
7/24/2012 3:25:57 AM #

Thanks Raditya

bhushan sakate
bhushan sakate
11/9/2012 7:30:47 PM #

very useful..........
thanks for a support.....

bhushan sakate
bhushan sakate
11/10/2012 8:52:14 AM #

wow,
great it was so useful for me..........
thanku.......

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